Last week, Delaware North’s Australia operations announced the opening of several exciting new food and beverage outlets at Sydney’s Central Railway Station. The venues include:
- Switchman Espresso – providing takeaway coffee, snacks and other refreshments for commuters on the go.
- Central Food Market & 2000 Acres – providing quick, convenient takeaway or dine-in restaurant options housed within a market of shops catering to a wide range of cuisines.
- Eternity – the signature venue of the new outlets, combining a modern and casual bar and grill dining atmosphere for 220 guests, showcasing local New South Wales wines, beers and ingredients.
Delaware North had its 25-year partnership with Sydney Trains extended earlier this year when it was successful in its bid to operate new venues within the stunning heritage building.
“Our business prides itself on long-term relationships, so it was especially pleasing to be able to continue the 25-year partnership we have had with Sydney Trains, and work with their outstanding team to develop an impressive range of food and beverage offerings catering to a wide variety of tastes,” said Gary Brown, Delaware North’s managing director in Australia.
Delaware North’s Sydney Central Railway general manager, Andre Slootweg, said sourcing local ingredients was a priority for chefs and catering staff at the new venues.
“We’ve gone to great lengths to use local ingredients for all our fresh food where practicable and much of the wine and beer on our menus hail from regional winemakers and craft brewers,” Slootweg said.
Slootweg said it was a dream come true to be able to serve customers in such an iconic building as Central Railway Station.